Larcher having just become charitably
concerned about alarming symptoms in her charwoman, when Dr.
He would not run in debt (at least, my mother took good care he should not), but while he had money he must spend it: he liked to see his house comfortable, and his wife and daughters well clothed, and well attended; and besides, he was charitably
disposed, and liked to give to the poor, according to his means: or, as some might think, beyond them.
During this time, the guards who had seized Cornelius busied themselves in charitably
informing their prisoner of the usages and customs of Loewestein, which however he knew as well as they did.
Ascending another step on the social ladder, she took her stand on the platform of patronage, and charitably
looked down on me as an object of pity.
Yet, when he came with bowed head and humble entreaty for forgiveness, he was met with a handful of small silver from Sir Nigel, whose dame, however, was less charitably
disposed, being much ruffled in her dignity by the manner in which she had been hustled from her lord's side.
Curiosity and admiration excited by her beauty; inquiries made about her; the story of the past discovered; Society charitably
sorry for her; Society generously subscribing for her; and still, through all the years of her life, the same result in the end--the shadow of the old disgrace surrounding her as with a pestilence, isolating her among other women, branding her, even when she had earned her pardon in the sight of God, with the mark of an indelible disgrace in the sight of man: there was the prospect
said the merry-faced gentleman, addressing the fastidious lady, as though he were charitably
desirous to change the subject.
Yesterday morning a charitably
inclined female presented me with three biscuits, a piece of cheese, and a funereal slab of chocolate cake, all wrapped in the current CLARION, wherein I noted an unholy glee because the COWBELL's candidate for chief of police had been turned down.
Sedley's MISFORTUNES," Rebecca said, softening the phrase charitably
for George's ear.
I have come to look very differently and more charitably
on what is called infamous since brother Nikolay has become what he is.
Vesey, is charitably
attending on her with restorative tea.
When I was delivered and taken up at sea by the Portugal captain, well used, and dealt justly and honourably with, as well as charitably
, I had not the least thankfulness in my thoughts.
Now, she would light upon some poor decent person, like herself, going afoot on a pilgrimage of many weary miles to see some worn-out relative or friend who had been charitably
clutched off to a great blank barren Union House, as far from old home as the County Jail (the remoteness of which is always its worst punishment for small rural offenders), and in its dietary, and in its lodging, and in its tending of the sick, a much more penal establishment.
She felt quite charitably
toward young Torry, as his hand bore her along and held her up in the dance; her eyes and cheeks had that fire of young joy in them which will flame out if it can find the least breath to fan it; and her simple black dress, with its bit of black lace, seemed like the dim setting of a jewel.
my darling Kit,' said his mother, whom Barbara's mother had charitably
relieved of the baby, 'that I should see my poor boy here